On Tuesday, we relayed news from Italy that Manchester United will present an offer to Inter Milan for André Onana this week.

After a trip to England, Inter sporting director Piero Ausilo travelled to Ibiza, where he had a meeting with David Harrison, the Red Devils director of football operations, yesterday.

That’s according to Gazzetta dello Sport, who say the two clubs have ‘agreed on tight timing to close the deal’ to take the 27-year-old to Manchester United.

The Serie A side want to sort out the stopper’s situation this week while the English club would want to have him for pre-season in July. It’s down to the two clubs to agree a fee for the deal to take shape.

Erik ten Hag is keen to have the former Ajax man at his disposal next season. His side are aware Inter, who want €50m plus bonuses, aren’t keen to reduce the price.

If Harrison were to meet the Nerazzurri’s request on Friday, the report claims the deal will ‘close almost immediately’, also because it’s not easy for Onana to reject Manchester United.

It’s stated Ausilo plans to meet both the Premier League side and the player’s entourage ‘in 48 hours’, to find an agreement for the latter’s transfer to Old Trafford.

There’s belief the deal could be closed soon as Gazzetta claim Onana can ‘become a Manchester United player on Friday’.